Last chance to bid for Ruddy Muddy Norfolk Day art
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Time is running out to bid for a unique piece of art featuring iconic landmarks and people from Norfolk.
The Ruddy Muddy creation includes a mud depiction of Captain George Vancouver from King's Lynn, Cley Windmill and Nelson's Monument in Great Yarmouth.
It celebrates the first-ever Norfolk Day, which takes place on Friday, July 27, and bids can be made for the laminated art, by midnight on July 27.
Money raised from the auction will be donated to Home-Start Norfolk which provides practical help to parents with young children.
The artwork was commissioned by vehicle wrapping firm Totally Dynamic.
Jenny Rope, from Totally Dynamic, said: 'We urge people and businesses to dig deep and help us raise lots of money.'
To make a bid email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your bid amount, full name and a contact telephone number.
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